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Addressing the myths: Weight management tips with Dr. Ryan Singerman (Myth No. 6)

Last Modified: April 20, 2023

Family Medicine

Losing weight and keeping it off can be a constant battle, causing many to resort to untrustworthy resources for answers and advice. For help separating fact from fiction, we turned to Ryan Singerman, DO, PPG - Weight Management & Bariatric Surgery. In this video series, he offers insight and guidance on some of the most common misconceptions associated with managing your weight.

For our sixth installment, Dr. Singerman addresses the popular myth, “I’m overweight, but I’m healthy.” Follow along as he explains why any amount of excess weight can be harmful and take a significant toll on your body and overall health.

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For more weight management tips from Dr. Singerman, check out the other myth-busting videos in the series:

Myth No. 1 - I’m not eating enough to lose weight

Myth No. 2 - I can exercise my way to weight loss

Myth No. 3 - BMI is the best way to measure my health

Myth No. 4 - I heard these supplements will help me lose weight

Myth No. 5 - I can’t lose weight because of my hormones

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